Fighting the bufferbloat: On the coexistence of AQM and low priority congestion control

@article{Gong2013FightingTB,
  title={Fighting the bufferbloat: On the coexistence of AQM and low priority congestion control},
  author={Y. Gong and Dario Rossi and Claudio Testa and Silvio Valenti and M. Dave Taht},
  journal={2013 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2013},
  pages={3291-3296}
}
Nowadays, due to excessive queuing, delays on the Internet can grow longer than several round trips between the Moon and the Earth - for which the “bufferbloat” term was recently coined. Some point to active queue management (AQM) as the solution. Others propose end-to-end low-priority congestion control techniques (LPCC). Under both approaches, promising advances have been made in recent times: notable examples are CoDel for AQM, and LEDBAT for LPCC. In this paper, we warn of a potentially… CONTINUE READING
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